What is the best CMS that can manage multiple sites and each site have its own styling theme? I just want to know since there are quite a number of CMS out there but until now I haven't figured out the best CMS for the required above. The site that I have had some micro sites and each of them have their own template.
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Joomla or drupal is suitable for you ....
In joomla you can set page based themes to show fro various user groups
As popular in name as these three open source CMS are, the fact of the matter is they are simply NOT the best CMS on the market. I realize that this statement may upset people in their camps but it is a statement of fact.
For years, people’s honest intentions have been doing these content management systems a disservice by blindly recommending them for everything under the sun just to help them gain more popularity and a larger user base. What they don’t realize, however, is this type of action does more to hurt the projects name than to help it (in most cases). Today, I’m going to explain to you why these three popular CMS simply are not the best ones on the market.
there is no best cms
I’ve been waiting to write this post for some time but I think it’s very important and may help people understand how to properly choose a CMS without making blind assumptions that hearing a brand name over and over means it’s automatically right for them.
When lurking around Quora and other popular QA websites, I often come across people asking questions about which CMS they should consider for their project. The exchange normally looks something like this:
This type of blind recommendation, as I mentioned above, not only adds no value to a conversation but also does nothing but further confuse the person who is asking the question in the first place. In this single question, without any qualification of what this user needs or wants from a CMS, three completely different systems with three completely different skill levels have been recommended and the fact is, as much as this may upset those who are in either of these camps, none are the best.